India’s Secular faceĀ 

On March 8th Pakistan's Former President Asif Ali Zardari issued a statement in a local newspaper saying "Baluch separatists should take an example from Indian Muslims". The statement was remarkable for its truthfulness that one cannot expect from a politician like Asif Ali Zardari. On the same day news emerged that an Indian Muslim Mohammad … Continue reading India’s Secular faceĀ 

Kashmir: AN Unresolved Conflict

To state that Kashmir is a regional South Asian conflict would be an understatement, the fact that this dispute entails two nuclear powers makes it a dispute of international proportions and so it should be treated like one. Pakistan has repeatedly approached the Indian government for a dialogue to resolve the issue peacefully, but Indian government's response has remained childishly stubborn and intransigent. Refusing to come to a dialogue and making statements like "Kashmir is an integral part of India" that ignores and overlooks the aspirations and the right of Self-determination of the people of Kashmir.

Words are insufficient to end Rohingya Genocide, An immediate action is needed by world and Muslim Leaders

A fellow Pakistani Christian blogger Azam Gill writes extensively about the verbal and physical persecution of religious minorities all over the world. An article by him " If Oil Rich Arab countries can support the Palestinians why not the Rohingya" and the one published recently in the February edition of the monthly magazine "The Diplomat" … Continue reading Words are insufficient to end Rohingya Genocide, An immediate action is needed by world and Muslim Leaders